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Menu Plan 9/25

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weekly menu planAlthough it takes some forethought, menu planning is a huge timer saver each week. It allows me to get started on dinner in the morning if it will be a busy day, or at times I even start dinner the night before. Menu planning doesn’t have to be overwhelming, however. I laid it out very simply in my Menu Planning Part One and Menu Planning Part Two.


Monday: french toast

Tuesday: cinnamon scones

Wednesday: cereal

Thursday: eggs and toast

Friday: oatmeal

Saturday: puffed pancake

Sunday: cereal



Monday: sandwiches

Tuesday: tuna

Wednesday: english muffin pizzas

Thursday: hot dogs

Friday: soup and grilled cheese

Sunday: sandwiches



Monday: burgers and fries

Tuesday: omelets, toast, hash browns

Wednesday: pulled pork sandwiches

Thursday: baked potato bar, chef salad

Friday: alfredo, olive garden salad, breadsticks

Saturday: homemade pizza

Sunday: chicken, mashed potatoes, steamed carrots, fresh beans


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  1. So many people write about the value of meal planning, but I never listened to them. It still seemed hard to think about planning so far ahead. Then, I ran an in-home daycare and I was required to plan my meals ahead…30+ days ahead! I’ll never go back now! Planning my meals ahead of time saves my family SO much money at the grocery store. I no longer wander through the aisles aimlessly wondering what we might need for the coming week(s). And we eat so much healthier too!

    What’s best about meal planning is that it works wonderfully for busy families. I’m lucky enough to have a husband who will prepare supper, but only if he knows what he’s supposed to make. By planning ahead, I’ve got meals on the schedule and I can take the meat out to defrost in the morning, and my husband knows exactly what to make and has the supplies needed to create it. Life is so much easier with meal planning!

    I hope that you all decide to read Menu Planning Part One and Menu Planning Part Two to learn how to do this. I promise that you won’t regret it!

    1. Thank you so much! I was such a skeptic when I first tried meal planning after my friend kept telling me I needed to try it and I kept brushing her off. I wasn’t sold at first, but after about a month I saw the value. The biggest advantage to me is how I can multitask then. When I know I need ground beef for three meals that week, I can cook the extra all with the first meal. Such a time saver!

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